Cutting a knowledge
'Self-mutilation' has been the subject of attention within the sciences of psychiatry, psychoanalysis and psychology since Freud's time. Interest in selfmutilation spans the diversity of these sciences, producing among others, psychoanalytic, cognitive, behavioural and biological perspectives. This interest appears to be driven primarily by clinical imperatives, focusing on the patient that engages in self-mutilation and how best to treat him or, more often, her. One striking feature of...[Show more]
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